Big surprise: People are Vining themselves smoking pot

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The mobile Web's bacchanal of sin known as Vine was once a safe haven for pictures of breasts. Now it's home to marijuana smokers. What next?

People sure are going to a lot of effort to share Vines of themselves smoking pot.

A peek through tags like #420, #weed, and #pot reveals dozens of people who cut together six-second videos of themselves rolling joints, lighting bongs, and showing off stashes

Given the other major vice that's already pervasive on Twitter's video-sharing app (hint: porn), it shouldn't be too much of a surprise that there are plenty of stoners unafraid to show their faces as they spark up.


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There's a lot of work put into some of these videos as well. A few time-lapse Vines are moderately impressive—far better than the ones posted by people with barely enough energy to point a phone camera at their face and hold their finger on the screen for six seconds. 


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We've heard of police going after those who Instagram their weed, but maybe, just maybe, Viners are next on the radar of the law. Maybe Vine will hide these tags, as with the porn ones.

Either way, at least we know what we can expect if Rihanna joins Vine.

Photo by nerdy girl/Flickr

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